- -10 Length to Weight Ratio
- 2 1/4 Inch Barrel Diameter
- Approved for Play in ASA, USSSA, NSA, and ISA
- Expanded Sweet Spot
- Free Shipping!
- Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty
- Low M.O.I. for Faster Swing Speeds
- Made in the U.S.A.
- Triad Technology for Unparalleled Durability and Performance
- Two-Piece Fully Composite Design
- Vortex Handle Technology
New for 2013! Always looking to take their softball bats to the next level, Miken proudly introduces the new Triad -10 fastpitch bat! The two-piece Triad defies Miken's conventional one-piece composite design, but is still made with the same high grade carbon fiber Miken's fans are used to. Triad is not only the name of the bat, but also the name of Miken's newest technology. Triad Technology revolutionizes bat construction by using triple pressure application to harness the thermal expansion of Mken's high grade aerospace carbon. The result is unparalleled durability and jaw-dropping performance! The handle of the Triad is made with Vortex Technology that uses the power of a braided reinforcement to increase the strength of the handle and optimize performance. Each braided layer distributes the load evenly, while all layers move seamlessly together for optimal flex and performance. The barrel of the Triad features an expanded sweetspot that maximizes barrel flex, and decreases vibration for an incredibly smooth swing. The Triad also has a low M.O.I. for added swing speed that will equal extra distance. As with all of this year's Miken fastpitch bats, the Triad is proudly made in the U.S.A.! Miken: Don't Play the Game, Dominate It! The Triad is approved for play in ASA, USSSA, NSA, and ISA. It is backed by a Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty. Free Shipping!
by DanP - Feb 15, 2013
Pros: well balanced bat. Hot right out of the wrapper. Less hand vibration being 2 piece.
Cons: None other than being white gets dirty very fast.
by Ga. Elite - Jun 26, 2013
Pros: This may be the best bat DD ever swung. Was a Xeno kid since 2011. Was introduced to this bat by a scout. Bat is unreal. She loves it.
by bill - Jan 27, 2014
Pros: very hot straight from wrapper and balanced
Cons: white grip and plain decals
by mike - Apr 12, 2014
Pros: a buddy of mine bought the triad, and my second at bat with i crushed it out. we both put numerous out and many off the wall!!! lots of pop out of the wrapper
Cons: like the other guy said, it's white so it get dirty easy. other then that i have no complaints!!!
by Molly - Jan 16, 2013
Pros: Great Pop right out of the wrapper, but it ges even better! This bat is great for switch hitting ! Its also great with buntting, very deciving!
Cons: Everyone wants to use it!
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The bat guide suggests my daughter should use a 34" bat. She is 14, and a strong kid. I'm interested in the Miken Triad: FPTD10 Fastpitch. Do you think a 34" drop 10 is too heavy for a player her age? She currently swings a 33 oz. drop 11.5.
Asked by Stu on Mar 14, 2014
A -10 bat is typically the size used by a player her age. The Miken Triad (FPTD10) is a very balanced bat. If she is a stronger player she shouldn't have an issue with the -10.
· Mar 14, 2014
My daughter loves her 2013 Miken Halo Light (HALO12) Fastpitch. How does this bat compare?
Asked by SB on Jan 21, 2014
The 2013 Miken Triad (FPTD10) Fastpitch is a two-piece composite and will be more for an older (high school) player. It will also be heavier as it is a -10. The 2013 Miken Halo Light (HALO12) Fastpitch will be lighter and is for a younger player.
· Jan 21, 2014
How does the durability compare to the 2014 Xeno and other two-piece bats?
Asked by Scott on Nov 12, 2013
The 2013 Miken Triad: FPTD10 Fastpitch uses top of the line composite materials for outstanding durability and performance. The Triad will be comparable in durability to the Xeno.
· Nov 12, 2013
Does this bat have the 2013 USSSA stamp?
Asked by DBY on Jul 03, 2013
The 2013 Miken Triad: FPTD10 Fastpitch bat does feature the new, USSSA BPF 1.20 certification mark. The mark can be seen on the product page, and here is a like to that picture: http://images.justbats.com/images/products/item-mk13-FPTD10-4l.jpg
· Jul 03, 2013
Is this more balanced or end-loaded?
Asked by David on Feb 22, 2013
The 2013 Miken Triad: FPTD10 Fastpitch bat features a balanced swing weight.
· Feb 22, 2013
How does this compare to the 2013 Louisville Xeno?
Asked by mike on Feb 15, 2013
The 2013 Miken Triad: FPTD10 Fastpitch bat is a two-piece fully composite bat featuring a low M.O.I for faster swing speeds and an extended sweet spot. The 2013 Louisville Slugger TPS Xeno: FP13X Fastpitch bat is a two-piece fully composite design with a balanced swing weight. This bat is hot out of the wrapper and does not require a break-in period unlike other composite bats.
· Feb 15, 2013
Is this a balanced bat?
Asked by skully on Jan 25, 2013
The 2013 Miken Triad: FPTD10 Fastpitch is a balanced bat that features a low M.O.I for faster swing speeds and an extended sweet spot.
· Jan 25, 2013
This bat is not ISF approved?
Asked by pinkbro on Jan 18, 2013
The 2013 Miken Triad: FPTD10 is not certified for play in the ISF.
· Jan 18, 2013
Is this bat approved for high school in pa?
Asked by john on Jan 16, 2013
Yes. The 2013 Miken Triad: FPTD10 is legal in High School play.
· Jan 16, 2013
How do you compare to the CF5?
Asked by Matt on Jan 10, 2013
The 2013 Miken Triad: FPTD10 Fastpitch bat will be very comparable to the 2013 DeMarini CF5. They both will be two-piece all composite designs. Both would need 100-200 swings of break-in using soft toss or a hitting tee. Both bats will have a balanced swing feel. The Triad will have an extended sweet spot and a lower MOI for faster swing speeds.
· Jan 10, 2013
I noticed this bat is not on the current NCAA approved bat list, does that mean it is illegal to use in NCAA?
Asked by Softball on Jan 10, 2013
The 2013 Miken Triad: FPTD10 Fastpitch bat will have the ASA Certified stamp on the bat. To be certified at the college level your bat will need that ASA stamp. I would check with your coach or league official to see if this bat is OK. Another issue could be that this bat is a new 2013 model, so the list for approved bats may not be updated yet.
· Jan 10, 2013
My daughter is starting her freshman year in college. She has used the Miken NRG and Miken Rain for the last five years. How does this bat differ from hers and would she be comfortable switching now?
Asked by Jenna's Dad on Jan 08, 2013
The 2013 Miken Triad: FPTD10 is a two-piece bat that will offer more flex than the NRG or Rain which were one-piece bats. The 2013 Miken Triad: FPTD10 has a light swing weight that will provide for an easy transition no matter what she has used in the past.
· Jan 08, 2013
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